Tom Brady poses at Bayern Munich’s Allianz Arena as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers look to extend win streak and upset red-hot Seattle Seahawks in NFL’s first game in Germany… and he’s even gifted with his own lederhosen!
- Tom Brady stopped for a selfie on the hallowed Allianz Arena prior to the game
- Tampa Bay and Seattle will play out the first NFL ever to be played in Germany
- FC Bayern Munich’s home stadium will host the historic NFC showdown Sunday
- Brady and the Bucs will need to be at their best to slow down a rampant Seattle
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Brady has looked reenergized in Bavaria as the Bucs look to make it two wins in two after a late win over the reigning Super Bowl champion LA Rams.
Amidst preparation for a stingy Seattle defense, Brady stopped by the hallowed Allianz Arena to take a selfie in front of the Buccaneers end zone, which he posted to Twitter Saturday morning.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback stopped for a selfie on the hallowed Allianz Arena grass
Beyond another stamp on his passport, Brady received an extra gift during his press conference Friday evening.
An editor from German broadcaster ProSieben surprised the quarterback – and everyone else – when he rose from the front row to present Brady with custom TB12 and Bucs-branded lederhosen.
‘That looks nice,’ a gracious Brady said after receiving the shorts. The seven-time Super Bowl champ held up the lederhosen and remarked ‘how would that look going out to the game in that?’
The seven-time Super Bowl champion shows off his latest addition to his extensive wardrobe
As a team assistant took it away, Brady cracked about one of his backup quarterbacks; ‘Kyle Trask is going to wear that out there.’
Whether Trask will remains unknown. Though, the prospect of lederhosen becoming part of the NFL players’ wardrobe seems increasingly likely.
League commissioner Roger Goodell told a fan forum in Munich Saturday that the NFL will stage ‘at least’ four games in Germany through 2025.
Brady has seemed in high spirits since his arrival in Bavaria ahead of the Bucs’ game in Munich
The current agreement includes Sunday’s first game in Germany plus an annual game over the next three seasons – with Munich and Frankfurt each hosting twice.
‘In our commitment, we’re going to play the next four years, at least, and with at least four games,’ Goodell said ahead of Sunday’s game.
‘I wouldn´t be surprised if it expanded beyond that at some point soon.’ His comments could reflect that both the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs are lobbying for next year’s game.
In the meantime, they’ll have to settle for New England’s most famous face in Tampa red.
He and the Bucs warmed up at Bayern Munich’s campus after arriving in the German city